KHS has initiated a Digital Photograph Campaign! The purpose of the Digital Photograph Campaign is to collect and preserve contemporary photographs of the people, places, and organizations of Kenilworth. In addition to being a visual record, these photographs illustrate changes Kenilworth has undergone.
Photography has shifted dramatically to digital formats in the last 10 years, and KHS wants to make it easier for you donate these photographs. By donating your photographs to KHS we are able to grow out collection and fulfill our mission, to collect, preserve, and make available the history of the Village of Kenilworth.
To donate a digital photograph to KHS, please complete the following steps:
• Email photographs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Subject field titles: Digital Photo for KHS
• Attach the highest resolution photograph you have to the email in a .JPG or .TIFF file
• The body of the email need to contain a complete description, including:
o Names of all individuals in the photograph
o Names of photographer
o Any other pertinent information, such as: When the homeowners moved into the residence, what event the photograph was taken at, etc.
• Note: Up to 5 photographs can be attached to a single email ONLY if the description is the same for each photograph
The support of donations are essential to grow the historical society’s collections and exhibits. The Kenilworth Historical Society thanks you for your continued support.
The Kenilworth Historical Society
The Kenilworth Historical Society was founded in 1922 to preserve and present the history of this early planned community of Kenilworth, Illinois, incorporated in 1896. The mission of the Historical Society is to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret items that illustrate the history of the village and its people and to place them in context with nearby communities, and state and national events
Kenilworth, Illinois is located between the villages of Wilmette and Winnetka, sixteen miles north of the Chicago loop.
The Society is located in the Stuart Memorial Building, 415 Kenilworth Avenue in the center of the village, directly east of the train station and across the street from the Kenilworth Assembly Hall. Kenilworth Avenue is accessible from Sheridan Road on the eastern end and Green Bay Road on the western end.
Museum and Research Center Hours:
Mondays, 9:00 t0 4:30 and Thursdays, 9:00 to 4:30 Kenilworth, Illinois is located between the villages of Wilmette and Winnetka, sixteen miles north of the Chicago loop.